Hi Kaye. Joseph John and family were a part of the Gilead Monthly Meeting (Quaker) in Morrow county from 1862-1884. They also were a part of the Alum Creek MM from 1877-1880 The children listed in the minutes are:
Jesse T b 1865, 4, 16 d 1883, 8, 26
Amelia Jane b 1866, 9, 8
Mary Frances b 1868, 3, 15
Tacy Emma b 1870, 2, 1
Phebe Ellen b 1873, 3, 24
Ethel May b 1882, 4, 12
Eliza Hartley no birth date given
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Where was the Farrington reunion held? I am wondering if my grandpa may have gone. He was Tacie's grandson. I have one photo of Tacie that I treasure, but have no other photos of any of the Farringtons. I will be glad to share it with you if you would like
Hi Kaye. I do have a copy of Tacie' death certificate, but I would love to see copies of the articles about Abraham. How fortunate to have the family Bible! Do you happen to know much about Jesse Farrington, the brother of Mary Frances and Tacie? He is on the 1880 census, and according to Henshaw's book of Quaker Genealogy, he was born in 1865 and died in 1883. If my memory serves me correctly he was listed as an "idiot" on the census. I have always wondered about him, but could never find much information
Hi, Kaye, you certainly have my permission to reprint my blog article in your newsletter as long as you credit me. When the issue comes out, would you mind sending me a copy (if print) or a link (if online)?
Hi Kaye. According to my calculations we are 3rd cousins once removed. Tacie was my maternal ggreat grandmother. No, I don't have the Farrington book.I keep hoping to find it digitized online, but so far no luck. It is on my want list. A cousin sent me her research on the Farrington's and Kirk's and most of the info was from the book. I am just starting to document this line and haven't gotten very far yet.
Hi Kaye. I am also descended from Joseph Farrington. My line goes Joseph, Abraham, Joseph, Abraham, Moses, Joseph John, Tacie Emma who married William Henry Hoffmire. I have Kirks in both the Hoffmire and Farrington lines.